Watch: Dr Joe Flatman on archaeology and climate change

24 June 2010

On the banks of the Thames in London, Dr Joe Flatman of UCL Archaeology describes what archaeology can teach us about climate change. Beyond a scenario of doom and gloom, archaeology reveals humankind's ability to adapt to an ever-changing climate.

UCL context

Thames foreshore

The UCL Institute of Archaeology is one of the largest and most diverse archaeological departments in the world. In addition to core areas of archaeological theory and practice, the Institute is a leading centre for research and teaching in interdisciplinary fields such as Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies.

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